We are deeply grateful for the financial support of many amazing individuals and organizations.
First, we joyfully acknowledge The Harnisch Foundation, who generously provided an establishing grant to The Coach Initiative. We value their support of coaching as a profession as well as their vision to help nonprofit organizations build a base of sustaining support.
Next, we express our deep gratitude to all of you who have contributed to this cause, helping to improve the lives of people and communities served by nonprofits all over the world, from Waterville, Ohio and Washington, DC, to Angola and Sri Lanka.
Ruth Ann Harnisch
Dr. Cheryl Clark
Neil Alcala / Direct Pay, Inc.
CAM (Donna Steinhorn, Bobette Reeder, Guy Stickney)
Jerry & Phyllis Campagna
Lynn McIntyre Coffey
National Speakers Association
Steve C. Mitten
Susan Meyer, Ed.D.
Special thanks to Chad Barr of CB Software, Inc. for his generous donation of our website.
Please forgive us if we have omitted your name from this list or not yet updated it to include our recent donors. You are always welcome to send us a reminder at firstname.lastname@example.org
In-Kind Contributors (Products, Services and Discounts)
Phyllis Haynes (Audio-interviews for the newsletter and strategic planning meeting facilitation)
Robert Stack (Public relations support with the launch in 2007)
Xynomedia (Website platform)
The Chad Barr Group (Website design and implementation)
StyleMatters Writing Services (Website copywriting)
“Let us make one point, that we meet each other with a smile, when it is difficult to smile. Smile at each other, make time for each other in your family.”
― Mother Teresa
The Coach Initiative relies on the generous support of esteemed donors like yourself, from individuals to organizations and corporations. While the services we provide to nonprofit organizations are offered by our professional volunteers, we require funds to afford the necessary resources to operate our programs and expand our reach and results.
Our mission is to support nonprofit initiatives worldwide, through coaching, to make a greater positive global impact of projects that focus on the betterment of the human condition and on uplifting the human spirit. Because of our firm belief in the coaching process, we know that projects supported by coaches will have an even greater positive impact on the world.
The Coach Initiative supports nonprofits engaged across a range of meaningful issues to help them to deliver on their missions, including:
- empowering young people to raise themselves out of poverty and become global citizens
- raising funds to combat life-threatening illnesses and to improve the lives of those touched by these illnesses
- deconstructing conflict, reducing violence and promoting peaceful alternatives
- and more (nominate a nonprofit cause now!)